The Minolta Freedom DL (better known as the Minolta AF-DL; the Freedom DL moniker was only used in Canada) is a very interesting and well-designed 35mm point-and-shoot camera. It gives you the choice between a fast 35mm f3.5 wide angle and 50mm f5.6 "normal" lens.
This camera can either be powered by four alkaline AAA batteries (not included) or a CRP2 lithium battery (available as an option). Alkaline batteries are more economical probably the best choice for most people but the lithium option offers very long life (perhaps worth it if you're on holiday and don't want to worry about changing batteries).
Condition notes The camera is was tested with a battery and film installed. All features are working correctly. We verified the film plane focus accuracy with an autocollimator. The camera is in good cosmetic condition with some normal wear from use (see photos). The included case is quite worn condition particularly in the back (see photos).
Focusing: Infrared active-type autofocus with cancelable focus hold; range: 0.75m (2.5ft.) to infinity, auto close-up function for pictures closer than 0.75m (2.5ft.); range: 0.52m (1.7ft.) to 0.75m (2.5ft.) with 35mm lens, 0.62m (2.0ft.) to 0.75m (2.5ft.) with 50mm lens.
Exposure system: Subject-weighted metering; programmed automatic exposure (AE) range at ISO 100: EV 9 EV 16.2 with 35mm lens, EV 10.4 to EV 17.1 with 50mm lens Film-speed setting: Automatic with ISO 100 or 400 DX-coded films; ISO 100 set when using films without DX coding
Viewfinder: Bright-frame type with autofocus zone, normal-framing and closeframing guides; red LED (flash-wait); magnification changes automatically with lens setting
Film transport: Automatic threading, advance to first frame, winding, rewind, and rewind stop
Flash system: Automatic charge activation; flash automatically fires in low light or when subject is closer than approx. 0.75m (2.5ft.), shutter locks until flash charged; red viewfinder LED illuminates if flash is not ready to fire
Power: 6v lithium battery pack (Duracell DL223A, National BR-P2N Panasonic BR-P2P), or four AAA-size alkaline cells